Pryor not satisfied with progress so far

Terrelle Pryor has been one of the bright spots in training camp and in the first preseason game, but he's not satisfied with his play.

BEREA,Ohio--Terrelle Pryor made the biggest play in the first preseason game on a 49-yard play from Robert Griffin III on the first play from scrimmage, but Pryor wants to put the game behind him and see what he can do this week against the Falcons.

"I'm really looking forward to the next play,"Pryor said. "It's what am I going to do next. I just want to make another play. What's in the past, is in the past. I just want to go make another play."

Pryor says there's no time to dwell on past performances.

“I just look at it as I’m just competing every day," Pryor said. "It’s just like being out here – I don’t let the game, like when I stepped on the field it wasn’t bigger than practice. It wasn’t bigger than going against – you know, it’s just another guy that I have to defeat. A lot of times when you do great things in practice, like Coach (Jackson) said, it’s either you’re going to do real well or you’re not going to do real well.

"So it’s good that we can stay on that path and just continue doing it – going to Atlanta and so on and so forth," he said. "Like I said before on Friday, it’s all about making plays, and that play is past me. I really don’t care anymore. I’m ready to make the next play and get a loud cheer from the crowd.”

 Extra Points

Haden Back with Ones: CB Joe Haden was practicing with the first team defense during the 7-on-7's and 11-on-11's Sunday, despite the team was not in full pads. Hue Jackson said he'll likely hold Haden out of this week's game with the Falcons.

“No, that is not my plan right now," Jackson said. "I’m going to go a really slow with him and just make sure he’s ready. Hopefully, at some time, we’ll play him before we get to the regular season. We have three more [games] left so we’ll find one that I think is suitable, along with our medical staff, that we think is best for him.”

Gordon, Coleman Close: WR Josh Gordon (quad) and WR Corey Coleman (hamstring) are "close" to returning to practice according to Jackson. Gordon has yet to practice in training camp and Coleman has not practiced since the Friday night scrimmage in Berea a week ago.

No Go: WR Marlon Moore, RB Glenn WInston and CB K'Waun Williams joined the list of players who did not practice. Jackson said that Williams was excused for personal reasons. WR Andrew Hawkins (hamstring), DB Trey Caldwell (hamstring), OL Joe Thomas (back) and DL John Hughes (personal) were also not practicing. WR Ricardo Louis pulled up with what appeared to be a left hamstring injury late in practice. Jackson said he'll be alright. QB Austin Davis missed practice with a concussion.

New WR: The Browns waived/injured WR Ranell Hall, who suffered a broken leg against Green Bay. They also waived OL Kyle Rose with an injury settlement. WR Ed Eagan was signed to the roster and is wearing No. 9 in practice.

Quick Hits: LB Tank Carder intercepted a pass thrown by QB Josh McCown and then DB Eric Patterson did the same on the next play in team drills.

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